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This Smurfs game from WayForward could be decent


11:30 AM on 04.11.2013



Even as a fan of the original cartoon as a child, I just couldn't get into the new Smurfs film, even on a base level. But WayForward maybe change that, at least in the videogame realm, with a The Smurfs 2 game based on the upcoming film sequel.

Although it seems as if the game will tie in heavily with the upcoming movie, it will feature four-player co-op platforming action on the 360, PS3, Wii, and Wii U. The Wii U version will have a feature that allows a fifth player to take control of "Clockwork Smurf," in a currently unknown role.

It seems as if WayForward is continuing its tradition of working with more and more big publishers for platformers, which could be a great thing as long as it keeps producing quality products -- I just hope Smurfs is part of that equation.

Feel free to check out the trailer above, or some screens compliments of the Official Nintendo Magazine.

This Smurfs game from WayForward could be decent photo
This Smurfs game from WayForward could be decent photo
This Smurfs game from WayForward could be decent photo
This Smurfs game from WayForward could be decent photo







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